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Destabilized Science

RETRACTED IMAGE2Science, especially the life sciences, is now plagued with misconducts. Affairs show that the line between failed replication and research misconduct may blur. At the same time, they reveal how the scientic community is collectively submitting science to a new kind of test while enunciating new norms delineating the authorized from the forbidden. New watchdogs push forward the concept of post-publication peer reviewing. Our aim will be to trace the emerging contours of misconduct and merit in a destabilized science.

This workshop is free and open to the public.

Mario Biagioli – UC Davis, School of Law
Michael Chwe – UCLA, Department of Political Science
Brandon Stell – PubPeer, CNRS
Ivan Oransky -Retraction Watch, New York University

Emmanuel Didier – CNRS/UCLA
Catherine Guaspare – CNRS/UCLA

Hannah Landecker, UCLA, Institute for Society and Genetics

Co-sponsored by the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics.

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Thursday, March 3, 2016
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Los Angeles, CA, 314 Royce Hall, UCLA



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